Donald Trump continues to demand an apology from Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger following the controversy surrounding Roseanne Barr’s racist comments which saw her sitcom cancelled by ABC earlier this week. Disney owns ABC, the broadcaster and copyright owner of “Roseanne”.

“Bob Iger of ABC called Valerie Jarrett to let her know that ‘ABC does not tolerate comments like those’ made by Roseanne Barr,” the U.S. president tweeted on Wednesday morning, adding, “Gee, he never called President Donald J. Trump to apologize for the HORRIBLE statements made and said about me on ABC. Maybe I just didn’t get the call?”

Trump was not done there, as he returned to Twitter on Thursday morning once again seeking an apology from the Disney CEO, while also attacking Brian Ross, ABC’s chief investigative correspondent. Ross was suspended in December after making a critical error in a news report about former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

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On Tuesday, Iger tweeted support for ABC President Channing Dungey who ultimately made the decision to cancel “Roseanne”.

Trump’s tweet comes one day after the White House declined to comment on the fallout from Barr’s tweets, including the cancellation of “Roseanne”. On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders answered reporters’ questions about Trump’s thoughts on Roseanne’s racist Twitter tirade and ABC cancelling the series and she replied, saying Trump was focused on “bigger things.”

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“That’s not what the president’s looking at. We have a lot bigger things going on in the country right now,” she stated. She later reiterated, “Again, the president spent his day focused with things going on this morning.”

However, on Wednesday, Huckabee Sanders responded to Trump’s ABC apology tweet during a White House press briefing, alleging the president was simply calling out “media bias” and was not “defending” what she said.

In response to Trump’s tweet Wednesday, online users, including Congressmen and celebrities, slammed the president for focusing on “Roseanne” instead of greater issues fit for the Oval Office.

Meanwhile, Roseanne and Trump supporters tried to compare Barr’s show’s cancellation to Bill Maher’s comparison of the president to an orangutan.